"The Ventura County Courthouse, also known as Ventura City Hall, was designed in 1910 by one of the early pioneers of architecture in Southern California: Albert C. Martin Sr.," according to Wikipedia. "Noted for its gleaming terra cotta exterior, friars' heads, and copper-sheathed dome, his grand neoclassical design created one of the most beautiful civic structures in California. Located in downtown Ventura, the building became the Ventura City Hall in 1972.
Note: These photos were taken with a consumer-grade DSLR before I purchased my present professional gear. As a result, the settings and angles were not ideal, so the photos should just be viewed and not ordered, unless you order a small print.
Category:Architecture and Structures
Keywords:Glenn Franco Simmons, Ventura City Hall, Ventura County Courthouse